You may have heard the term ‘resilience’. Most people have a common-sense understanding of ‘resilience’. It is the capacity to deal well with problems, challenges and difficulties. Sometimes resilience is referred to as the ability to ‘bounce back’ or to ‘weather the storm’.
Building Personal Resilience is a life-journey. Resilient people have a number of skills that they can call on in difficult times and the evidence is that these skills can be learned.
Mindfulness-Based Resilience is a set of practices that can be learned to help us to build our personal resilience. The more we use these practices, the more expertise we can build in dealing well with problems, challenges and difficulties.
Robert Mitchell teaches a set of practices called Mindfulness-Based Resilience. These are a set of practical skills that will help you to build your personal resilience.
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